Coal, Natural Gas Stockpiles Dive Amid Cold Weather
It’s old news by now that the exceptionally cold winter put a damper on revenues across a number of industries, but it also increased demand for natural gas, leaving US reserves at the lowest point in a decade, far below the seasonal average. As utilities replenish their reserves ahead of next winter, supplies will be tight and demand for thermal coal should get a boost.
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